Are you looking for a unique renovation project with historic charm? This lovely home from the 1900’s has wonderful original details just waiting to shine again with TLC. The elegant woodwork and beautiful hardwood floors throughout showcase the quality craftsmanship of the era. Beautiful arched doorways and gleaming wood banisters transport you to a bygone time. Lots of natural light pours through the large windows. While updates are needed, the strong bones and great layout of this home make it a wonderful canvas for your creativity. Repaint the outside, refresh the bathrooms – with your vision, this could be an exquisite family home for generations to come. Tucked away on a quiet street, yet still convenient to downtown, this could be your chance to preserve a piece of history. With dedication and elbow grease, you can bring new life to this diamond in the rough. Don’t miss out on owning a distinctive home full of old world charm. Electrical, plumbing and boiler already updated. Come see the potential for yourself today!
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Such talented people have lived in this gorgeous home. In the 1980s, the Kaylor sisters thrived in this beautiful home winning pie and garden competitions at the 1988 Ohio State Fair.
The original owners of this Queen Anne, however, was the Homer Crusey family. Homer was a dry good salesman and lived here with his wife, Mary, and children, Mabel, Homer, Seow, Gladys, Lawrence. The whole family had a love for music. They were in bands and glee clubs.